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How can kids make money? Part III:

The First Two Steps

How can kids make money so they can become more independent, don’t have to rely on their parents so much, so they can have their own money to, in this case, start their acting careers? Or what if you are a young adult and just want to have some extra money? It’s simple. This is part III of the series on how kids and teens can make money using the internet. Millions of people around the world are doing it and it really works, IF you have what it takes. Have a look at the first two articles in this series. After you read them, this page you are on currently will make more sense.

Kids Make Money Part I: The three things you need
How Can Kids Make Money? Part II: 11 more things you need to know

How can kids make money?
Here’s how you can get started, step-by-step.

First of all:

1. Identify the area that you are passionate about. As I said, it has to be something that you always want to talk about for example, always want to learn about, that you would be willing to share information about, that you always think about, that you can't wait to read something about. It has to be really strong, otherwise you will never make it past this first step.

2. Sit down and make a list of at least 50 different how-to type topics around your area of interest. For example if your area of interest is Solving Teen Problems, some of the topics you might list could be how to:

- decide what you want to do when you graduate from high school
- balance studying for exams and having fun
- get around if you don't have a license
- get your driver's license in record time
- make money as a teenager
- know who is really your friend and who is not
- choose the right college for you
- decide if college is right for you
- to talk on the phone as much as you want without spending a fortune
- get your parents to support your decisions
- set up a myspace account
- use facebook to make friends
- become famous
- get discovered
- convince your parents to support you
- get your parents to like your boyfriend
- take a really cool vacation without spending a lot of money
- keep your parents off your back
- make sure you stay away from drugs

Or you could write other kinds of pages about:

- teen idols
- how to become a teen star
- teen forums on the internet
- typical boy problems and how to solve them
- teenage movie stars

The possibilities are endless. Why do I suggest you write a list of at least 50 topics? You will need at least that many to start making some decent money.

What do you do if you don’t like writing? You would be surprised at how many people write articles and who would just love for you to put those articles on their websites. There are some drawbacks to that though, that we can talk about with folks who are a little more advanced at all this.

So how can kids make money? Have a look at parts I and II of this series. Part IV will be coming soon.

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